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Goin' underground - Delhi Metro to go solar?

Delhi Metro.

Underground system wants to buy solar power for $0.11/kWh. Plans will take shape by tomorrow.


UK's renewable generation up by 20%, says REA

Solar farm, England.

Report by Renewable Energy Association and PwC finds installed clean energy capacity increased by nearly a quarter in past year, with jobs in sector up 9%.


Hareon seals 930 MW solar deal with United PV Group

China Chengdu.

The Chinese solar company has signed an investment framework agreement with the group for 930 MW of solar PV.


Jinko signs 1 GW supply agreement with CMNE

Jinko Solar module testing.

JinkoSolar has signed a two-year, 1 GW module supply deal with China Minsheng New Energy (CMNE), a subsidiary of China Minsheng Investment Corp. The modules will be used to develop PV power plant projects in China in 2015 and...


Con Edison acquires 140 MW of Californian solar projects

Fresno, California.

Subsidiary of Consolidated Edison snaps up six shovel-ready PV projects from SolarReserve LLC and GCL Solar Energy, PPAs agreed with SCE and PG&E.


Vivint Solar rides high on Q1 performance

Vivint Solar HQ.

The U.S. residential installer posted positive results across the board, including a 172% year-on-year revenue increase and a 131% rise in MW installed.


SMA enjoys strong Q1 sales growth, expands international footprint

SMA CEO Pierre-Pascal Urbon.

The German inverter manufacturer increases year-on-year sales to $254.7 million, driven by growth in the large-scale sector. Hefty staff reduction almost completed.


Inside TSMC's 16.5% CIGS module world record

TSMC factory in Taiwan.

Last month Taiwanese CIGS manufacturer TSMC Solar revealed a 16.5% CIGS world record module. The record dethroned German equipment supplier Manz's CIGS module record, which had only held the world record position for two days....


Aging UK grid harming renewable integration, says Solar Trade Association

Power lines.

The country's "sclerotic" grid is holding back renewable energy, warns the solar trade body, which has called on the new government to invest in the U.K.'s power infrastructure.


UK: Tory victory muddies solar waters

David Cameron.

Despite overseeing fastest growth in the U.K.'s PV industry, a majority Conservative government has been quiet on the issue of solar’s future, say experts.


SolarMax confirms buyer

SolarMax inverters.

The insolvent inverter supplier has announced that an investor has purchased the company and that it will begin trading in June, complete with new service and product offerings.


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Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

This week it was all Tesla, Tesla, Tesla and, in other news: Tesla. Apparently Elon Musk has released some new product or other...


Clean energy from 'most polluted place in Israel'

Energix's Neo'ot Hovav solar project.

Former chemical waste sink has been capped and covered with solar panels. The 37.5 MW Ne'ot Hovav project was Israel's first large-scale, grid-connected solar project.


Chinese developer's $50m warchest

The flag of China.

United PV Group will raise funds from a convertible bond issue. Hong Kong-based developer will expand its 682 MW project portfolio.


Vikram Solar commissions 40 MW solar plant in India

Vikram Solar successfully commissioned this 40 MW solar plant in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Project in the state of Madhya Pradesh commissioned for IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited. Vikram also secures 10-year O&M contract for the plant.


From the Mag: a selection of stories from the May issue

Storm damage in NYC after hurricane sandy: extreme weather events are increasing in regularity, prompting demand for solar-backed microgrids, such as SolarCity's GridLogic.

pv magazine's May edition assesses the current solar climate in Indonesia, gets technical at China's smartest large-scale PV plant, and examines how SolarCity's new microgrid has already found an enrapt audience.


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